French gadget maker Archos had launched a range of tablets that are priced properly.
Released under the Arnova brand, which it first applied to radios, the three tablets range from a seven-inch screen size up to ten inches, with an eight-incher in between.
All three are offered with a choice between resistive or capacitive touchscreens. The cheapest model is the resistive seven incher which sports a price tag of just €99 (£84).
The mid-range eight-inch model features a 4:3 aspect ratio screen, but runs 720p video playback. It'll cost around €149 (£127), while the ten incher is also capable of 720p playback and will cost €199 (£169).
The tablets run Android 2.2 Froyo on ARM achitecture in the form of Rockchips RK2818, and RK2918. Tablet friendlier Android Gingerbread is promised for later on.
Further pecs for the full range are not easy to fathom out currently but the eight-incher comes with a 4GB with MicroSD slot and weighs in at 500grammes (17.6oz).